Correspondence, 1866-1872.


Correspondence, 1866-1872.

Includes social notes written by Lexington ladies to Stern while he was a student at Washington College.

ca. 58 items (6 folders).

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Washington College (Lexington, Va.). Lee Chapel (corporateBody)

Stern, Jo Lane. (person)

Lee, Mildred. (person)

Resident of Lawton, Okla., and on board of Museum of the Great Plains; husband was coach at Douglass High School eventually joining the staff of Cameron University and active in Northside Chamber of Commerce. From the description of Mildred Lee collection, 1931-2002. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71129076 From the description of Mildred Lee photograph collection, 1902-1997. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 260052034 Lee (b. 1908) wrote adult and juvenile novels and s...

Lee, Agnes, 1841-1873 (person)

The central figures in this collection are Cuthbert Powell (1775-1849), his son, Charles Leven Powell (1804-1896), Charles Leven Powell's wife, Selina (Lloyd) Powell (d. 1871), and their children. Cuthbert Powell Cuthbert Powell (1775-1849) was born in Middleburg, Loudoun County, Virginia to parents Leven Powell (1737-1810) and Sarah (Harrison) Powell. He was one of eleven children. Cuthbert made his fortune alongside his brother, Leven Powell, Jr. (1772-1807), as a merc...

Lee, Mary Custis, 1835-1918 (person)

Mary Custis Lee was the eldest daughter of General Robert E. Lee and Mary Anna Randolph (Custis) Lee of "Arlington House" in what is now Arlington, Va. Very close to her father, she never married and traveled the world and the United States after his death, and was particular favorite of Confederate veterans and European nobility alike. As unofficial family archivist, Mary Custis Lee collected materials relating to her parents' lives and to the lives and careers of her Custis family ancestors as...